Benedict Cumberbatch is delicious. (Yeah, I said it.) From his turn as Alan Turing, the genius way ahead of his time in The Imitation Game, to straight killin' it as the eponymous lead in Sherlock, Cumberbatch lets the emotions flow through that sweet, sweet face of his.
This is clearly why someone decided to immortalize Cumberbatch in candy form. Finally. ?
The chocolatier, which last year immortalized Cumby as a life-sized chocolate bar, decided that this Easter, the Cumberbunny would be born.
"Everyone loves a bit of the Batch! He’s an interesting character. He’s a great actor and English gent and he’s also making the most of his celebrity status by being able to put his political views across and making the most of his moment in a very cool way," chocolatier Jen Lindsey-Clark told Metro UK.
Of course, the bunnies are a bit pricey -- anything Benedict-related is a luxury item -- at £50 (or $70 US), but for most, the opportunity to sink one's teeth into the Batch is essentially priceless.
"I’m planning to send one over to his mum, but not him," Lindsey-Clark said. "He might think it’s weird eating his own face."
You can purchase your own Benedict Cumberbunny at Chocolatician.